We invite you to use the resources on this page to help navigate the process of placenta donation. Thank you for your support of placenta donors and those whose quality of life is enhanced through donation.

Pathway to Placenta Donation

(click on the graphic below to explore the Placenta Donation Process)

Outreach and Communication Resources

Program Introduction Video

Please feel free to share this video on your social media sites, website and any TV monitors in your waiting areas.

Program Launch - Social Media Template
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Donate Life Month

Observed in April each year, National Donate Life Month helps raise awareness about donation, encourages Americans to register as organ, eye and tissue donors and honors those who have saved lives through the gift of donation.

Healthcare facilities plan a variety of activities to commemorate this month, including: flag raisings, Donor Memorial Quilt displays, information tables and more. Our team can work with you to plan the best activities for your staff and guests.

DoNation Campaign

The DoNation Campaign, sponsored by Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), engages workplaces of all sizes and across all industries in efforts to improve awareness about organ donation and transplantation and to sign more people up as organ, eye, and tissue donors. Organizations can earn national recognition for their efforts by hosting a variety of activities and events.

Learn how your office can participate!

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Additional Resources

Neonatal Donation Program
Dash for Donation

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Donation Legalities and Compliance with Federal Regulations

Uniformed Anatomical Gift Act (1968)

The Uniform Anatomical Gift Act (UAGA or the Act) was passed in the U.S. in 1968 and has since been revised in 1987 and in 2006. The Act sets a regulatory framework for the donation of organs, tissues, and other human body parts in the U.S. The UAGA helps regulate body donations to science, medicine, and education.

West Virginia UAGA

Regulatory Agencies

As a licensed tissue bank, Lifeline of Ohio operates in accordance with the American Association of Tissue Banks (AATB) standards and is regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Additionally, the processing and distribution of placental allografts are regulated by the AATB and the FDA to ensure compliance with regulatory standards.